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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta CHARLIE" BOWMAN XING OF BRUCE CO. AVisfi' to Slay Away From Southampton. 'I j- EVERYBODY LIKES CM Shout for Mini and Vote for nnd HU'Majorily Ii Always Dig. Uy A. I- H. M. DOWMAN has hcc called u Gorman, tiotno on heard him make a micech lr "ivnnj-yivnnlch" Dutch, It wa cfffcilvo In fc'aln 1'hu a danycrou I man be iii'isl V marked. White 1: pL Ilia cnc'nilc were runininulti around tho tmnb of his' ancestor PAGE oh Men. andJVomeri.'infhe Pdflic Eye Premier Lloyd George Works Sixteen Hours a Day Now ti'ncs at Half-Pail Six and Stark Riglil la Work at Breakfast, at Which Meal He Confers With Government Officials Able to Sec Much of Family, HOW LLOYD GEORGE WORKS 16 HOURS A DAY G.10 lltBCH. Kxiurilnes dOL'imieiiLn rcjfiinUiiK Important war mailers. Drcakfiiflt with exports, oflircM, c office, conftlderliiK urpenl uffalr.-j a Wnr Council. cvernrjtiil. Hcuelvcs dlsllnBUl.shtwJ visltorH. Conference on food t-oiiLiol. c-lc. CorrcEimnilimcc. vlsllorjj, confcrtncca mill faniLl S-ll-Dlmicr, UKuiUly with officlnhi fw KUcaU. for nctlrcs. Total Sixteen hoiirh ilnlly. M.OYI> OBOriHK, Prime I Mlnlnler of Oreut llrllaln. works Hlxiccu a A'-W- When Mr. l.lnyd CicurKc nssumrd ffici', on Pucttnbor 8. 1516, Kerk'H of Stale problem? Eupllciitc nllltary. without The They c.tTcfully I simMc'l. They 'deadly iim muni- tion If he ever -mould speak iignln In tin- 'TenrinyKiinlch" or he pwitehliiR voles. The wnerctH were, IHI v.'fis hath Ilocho find apy. N'pw Mils did not hiiiincn In To- ll.nlo. much less hi the Jlo hast rilnyoil Ihc politics tno well for nny opponent In "foul )ilin" In that way. For they i :ill him "Charlie" dist.inco from home. Ami If n known enouph :thoiil him to address lilm afler Hie innnner of hts nctahhor'tt In Jiruee the rc-ferec will huvp no trouble, no iralter what the pane may he. llul "Rowrnnn" was only :i nnme In Iho vJllUKea of West SIrncoe. It traitors! little to Ihc plecioni how many lie spoke or where Kranrlfatlii'i- waa horn. H was i-lmply n and nn out- nrmy, u Kldcr. llcaldcs. he wanted a than thr- new Prime Minister of hlliln of vote u. And his speeches of t Great liritaln. plain Knfillsh seemed to'throw the YeL hero arc Ihc concrete facts of CIrown-iip men something l ten, whom i 3.20. Tlint In modern history, economic and uipl situation rcnulrod find derisive Mr. l.loyd (Icorsc liar; working from 7 o'clock In the morn- I tiff until II o'clock al nlfihl. There Is" no munition maker In Kncbnd. nor nny common soldier I" tin- British army, who docs any more plain, liontst. hard wovk In one day that Mr, l.loyd George, rnllkft some T.nropean statesmen, he does nr.t spend any lime In discussion or futile worry. No mnn In any tho ten tntc-nlc nations, whether he ho liuihUng a road or romniamllnK nn nrmy, accompli 5h.cn more in a slntfle lhat hated lo do It, hut he to keep the rleclorn from him Charlie. There was rren dnnfjcr of them Rfrttlnr; near Viimigli lo address him as "C.M." .jrTho election inlghL lio decided on names. Hence the enemy plumped I heir hardest onc.i upon tbc excited multitudes. They called him Iloche and spy. J Loyal to Him in Bruce jT hull Mr. Howinfln'H reclines. U r-nAlsnal yet.' If we wrrc living In tbc long ago II would bo nefir round, with pistols al five paces. On tho contrary, llio chal- lonBO Ihe up In lie is no doubt length of :illo- Ihe Premier's dally routine: He lieKins work at 1 o'clock In the morning an hour "that Is black as midnight during the English winter Two law despatch bsxc-5 filled wltt documents requiring alten- lon ore" placed' In the 'Prime Minis pcr.toinil npartmenls each even ns private secretaries for lili perusal on arising." Mr. UoyO Ceorg. writes instructions on these or put Lhcm nsiilc for further consideration He works for nn hour and a hilt, an tl S-20 breakfast Is Nerved. tavcs ,1 residue; of aboil in receives Ijtlweeti 3 an youhl nv.'i4U fibmit out dhtln :Vt-ry lliri'c- minutes, v f ;i record, es'uti for i MJnls'.er. I'Vom In 5.KH iiiK.lhcr conftr- eiifc'iLi held- Thr-EO rneol- IJIKS hiivi- Ijtcn rlurlnff pah I v.tek Iht- ttip-fitiuiiK of shipping. C and E o'clock. when dinntr Ls aorvpd, Mr. may have few mCnuUs wllli mc-rtibera of his family, or he may reive lelli-ry. Dlnnrr Is ihe orca- on for further Thprr iya nvu or thrct Kiiesl.s, ...v inucli more than lht> Prime 1' ininter uhoiit .SOTIIC aypefi the war, and hive !iccn risked In lace IhrU Information concretely "Jl Is Dinner i.-' iit ;iu. Mr. Lloyd 'retires at 0.30. for tlglu and a half ours, rising 0-30 or 7 o'clock to (lack Hit two bin liespntcli IJOXOR eforc the hrcnkfitsl quests arrive. Ic duut; tills for dayi> a u-etk. rcnrty lo KO the lieu t.-colonels t up there with llieir Ij.itialions and Business pt Breakfast -QllKAKPAST in llio l.loyO Gcorp D iLonscbold has not been conap vtiouGly a fnmlly (unction durtr these first wccks'of Iho new Govern SIR M.B.DAVIS OUR FIRST JEW KNIGHT President of Imperial Tobacco Co. One ol Montreal's Leading Philanthropists. FOUNDED LAW CHAIR! n Laval Gri-allyl Inlcresled in Educa- tional Afiaiis. lly n. H. claims llio tlncrtlon of JewL.sh Iv'n iS history. He. i in Two iron Men of Diclatora MARSHAL VON mid tils chief Ludcndorrf, Ihe real "Imss" of Cermany. MlniJenburK la suprrnic. I.uden- IH snpiome; the fi-M [jinihluil In matters nnd Ludendorff In :ill ilber eonc.crr.InK ihe welfare of the Empire. All things 1n Cicr- m.iny lo-duy are .subonlmaU- to military redulrtmenls and .TB niicb nil irt-ads of cIvJl aflmlnlstraLloil from loc.il iiRrlctlllure lo foreign relations IFR through tin- f incurs or the real "hnis" of Oennauy, who nils wllli his chief In the Imperial al ihe country scat of the I'rince ot Pleas. havltiK tho Jtaclielor ll Ho la" Kir .Mnr ric-tl Davis, creaU-d n ilio dc-layr-l New Ymfa j honor llsl announced LJ fsw days UKO. Ulr Morllmcr IH Iho of ihn Company of Cnn- nilitl, nnd prc-hldcnl nnd lall CTuzcUci ivho Hoard of Trade.-of Hie Mount Itoyal boyhood days his mother lnmiedtiilely puidislicd Lt. I Club, nf the Kt. James' Clnli. of tho Billy" Sunday Has a Most Personality An Aclor, Bui Hint; Eloquent, Bui Thai by A'o Covers Him; a Bundle of Energy, Regardless of Physical Laws; Rough In Speech. Vel Giving the of Ccnlilily and Fine Mystical Bui Man Endowed With Marvelous Who Is Willing to Be Accounted a Fool for Or divides men Into small ain Krcal. He could (lo all tliaL .if ho trlnil, hul 'il' 'not lir worth writing aliout. The man Micro "'ho tinea not recognize tba C. M- IJ'owihaii fs cbioflani Is thn k-fliitlcmnn- himself. The only plac whcru we liave an rlcclion for- quicker than nn 'attack of mc-aslrs la In-. Sotilhampton'. For the day after he has big mnjority. he pars back among the ju'oi'lc, nnd for another four years Is simply In the family of ..Not a, nlRp-on'-the-hack rid of .a brother, icmcmher! Hi? nciphbora _. have mnde. .that I m possible. ImlceiC-'V-ul he been rilled a Highlander nnd not n Huni there would haYe brcn" some U A Man on (he Street In Southampton, therefore Charlie aspires to ho sirtiply a man on tho strcel. V.'e can liunBinr him plnylng his choaei role. Yonder is the Jl.iyor. Chart! like a jtriyate. An pus, a 'sil'lor. An >Uier Then Iho" ycncrnbl clerX of coilncll. They cannot pass [nr nolhliifi- In of more, value t L'harllc than a ronimcnL from lh rlork. There is Ihc editor, too, Ihcy loss n coin to decide who arm skip the next iranic of bowls. Ncx the minister or priest, and Charlie la as Rood aa anybody to he on Clocnl l-'rlrlay. Then Hie banker. !int they have no nmrc Ihouphl of iirtlr-i or dmn.i Ihnn two lads who had Phot n bear. Very Hhelj- "the lurns out to bo ''n. whereby a rink fr.im "the Port" Ifi cleaned off the Ice. Xexl la nrock, ;mtj Charlie XQC-S Q3 rcRularly to see ilifr rncrclianl na a lady to look In a inlrror. For Brock la pretty nearly lam-Drnther to Charlie. Now there ,-ire o( the tariff-and .other very far off Dui meellnff of the War Council. The omnipotent liotlj'- IJoycl-OcorBC. Lord Curzon. I-orcl Mllnfr, Mr. Hen- derson and Mr. noimr !-iw) arc In dally conforenre wtlh each other, thcr members of tho llrlttsli ncl. any, officer of me nnny Avy, .Governmental officials and cxiiprts'antl nmlinasailors ot Ihe al- cd countries, arc llnblo lo be sum- moned for consultation- Mr Lloyd tlcorRc spen-la forty- vc -at '.luncheon; Officals re npalh Inyilcfj for Informal wm- ultalioni Prime Minister does Hllc prcfcrruiK Hie conseculive slmcniciils nnd illons lly G. A. 'I' Id ImiiosBlhLe lo Kive an adequate imprcK- I sion of Ullly Sunday aa ho appears in connrclinn with Ills regular campaign3. To describe hini Is not sufficient, ami might I in for lie is far more ihati what any rAs'.ial observer may ice. nnd his jicisenility Is onn nf the moai oluslvp, when you nttc-inpt to it, of any public ninti. Ilr- la an actor, but lie is' far mare than thai. Ho Is ctmua-nl, 1-ul ihaL hy no tnrana covers him. Jlo Is a bundle of ennrijy. yet he sconis to nitcily any Inv.-.t witli rncn arc familiar for the use ot liis power. Ifc la rouyn in yui he UIL- of a.L-J nuinfr- ovidtnces of exceedingly flnt; reeling, HH when ho pivcs .1 account of v.irioiiH hirdrt and clesfrilics their hublts and val-ie wlih a aympatliy uortby of .lohn Hnrronizhs. lie Is JL "mnler" In ccilaln respects. hlniHClf lo of tlio Buesil, wlio Is. BlvlnB cvlilencc nlonf the Ines of his orrn particular flocfb At 2J5 luncheon Is concluded nnd the I'rcrnlcr 'la rmiihiMc for special .distinguished vlal- lora, wlio it.ay or'miiy not have :iny- ihlnt; to fciiy worth ljllt poalllriii tlcmaii'U that t.iry offlclally received ihe Prime Minister.- Callers nf thift character hicliulc- foreign, nmbassarlors arid tvhcthcr allied or neutral. Hlch officcrft 'of rilllcrl armlr.q. nnd memlrcrs of the IIo.uac cf 1-ords nnd Uuusu of Commons. Family Little IIKHH arc nsiifiMy lilty personB _ each day who ask for audience. Mr. l.loyd Ocorpc seins the npnlinv T' lions quickly sevcml dayp ons v ahead) F tribes of( certain nnme? nnd i and o ft sell !t like pood brothers. Ho cannot II.LRS c-Ithcr. For he .illowa that iiiiyhrtdy who can draw such a swncl a violin, or dmw a Jolly nothing to hope for from a mcie pol- itician. Thus 0. M. Bowman can safely ETC COl up lo Druce vrhcn1 -L call him The hoyp and piris- of Uriice claim him. no nifttlrr whore Ihrlr conallturncy'lies--.' >Vr Htmth- i liVe In chnllengc colonel or claymore to go tirnft .Tvlll com? ..-.ij'yclll be few corners Tvliera it will be s.ite to ninl occn.slonally abandoning his ypii'ecli that sceiiiK to clcmciils of yql picrichcrs stick lo thrlr tests b'rltcr Ihaii he. finfl none; have learned how to I (I'rivt truth home with pveiiier piTcct. Ho mnkrs no lurtcnre to culture and Jibes at it, but lie lins Iieon dlllpcnt, If not a profound! rlndtnt, nnd liia'stinnona arc full of Interesting facts. Ifc Is a mystic, 1-vit al Ihn same lime croln- ontly'practical, filling hl.i ntldrcasca with humr-ly connhcl worthy of 1'oor IlicMrd, and Ihe religions pro tension-1! of hi? and tontlnp thuir faith Ly its effects iijion thrlr conduct. As Compared With Moody WIII-IX I heard him on a rcci-cl Sunday, 1 compared him with other Rveal cvan- {.-olisln. He Is not as simple In his Fpoocli as Mooily, nor arc his Illustrations na brl'.t" and arllstic. Moody was a master nf n direct and .lioi-.iely siylt. In which his in I In; I5ns- Msh Uihlo constantly nppuarol. Hilly Hnmlay uses the LllMe wUh ttllini? effect, but his spto-jli ]s mil of Hirt sort, that spring cut of lli.il grr.it well of licaullful "aii-l idiomatic His speech is modern and. comes from UK- street Moody's appeal, at least In Ills later v..ia Inrpely to Ihc great middle class.' and his methods .to reach lhat class. Sun- day's speech Is adapted lo Ihc man in the slrosi. and. his arc'uscil as an actor -.vonld ufv Ihtm, rnlhcr Mian .la a prophet mlplil. Tlu-y nvc dramatic and critics nro lho.sc who have never him, or others who arc out of sympathy with all forma of cvanGClic.il teaching. Of course, IL Is lo discover why the 'iinior Inlftrcata hnte hltri, he not only holds their bnalnesa up lo conn-nipt, but uhon he actually lurns iiiiiinllics iuvay from tbc use of.llriuor. He Id not do lhat if he had not inaetoroa a insi-s-i t.f facts and so and re- lated them :IK to furni a powerful and effect I vc oralorkvil wenpon. !f Hilly Sunday dhl not lead to ao far as the next IH con- cerned, he would he dear-rvinif of support and pralt-e aA a inoial reforiner, for few, If nny, evangelists have ever tied up their, In "reform work ns fully aa lie had done, ami this partly because he knows how lo do that :ia fcv.' evangelists have. Must Take Him as o Whole juilEing1 a mnn like Hilly Sunday one has not serve ilic Fimc iiun'osc which he r.ow com- I'-flp llirii; to serve. to lie (Irmnatlsen rcMpJon. lie knmvs how to cnlch the rru.t nf tlio nnd. after all. !s not Jhin an nrt? I once went to lieor Moody, to Mitdy his mcttiod, nol to he Influenced l-y wlnt lie out of IhaL alllliuie cf mind hy He hired mo HIP with th.il H is mor a L bowl rtgiil up. lo-tlic haa lift ihnn a rlact o condilion Ihc map, i ho made [Ulilc charnrtern live, and I for- ROI to be a critic. Violates the acconvpliahc? the snmc re- Mill an .'ntlrcly ditfcrrnl meihCKl. wan sharply criticized ns ji he-cause In hl.i IIP violated ronvonUon- alillcs, and Hilly Sunday niien to all kinda of altack hrcausp of his utter disic- of all inli-s of procvliiie- Vcl I amazed to .find how much hiri i-iltcr dcnunclntlonR ot sounded like ex- trnct.i from own words. It the object of preaching la to get Ihc mcssaco of the pjcpol clearly before and finally inlo men's mir.da an1 hearts thcii, In spite of all thai may.be said, Hilly Sunday la a EOOI! preacnfr. T liave rarely heard four sermons that wrrc noilcr pci TO- trrthor than thr- four which I bcnrd DUly He la iial'a perfect man. nor arc his methods hoy i mil reasonable criticism. IU- uses plnnu-. nnd that of a lurid lypu. Ills anilci. arc mirth j.ro- but. as-lhc: Irishman replictl to a frlind who s.ilJ: "Thai Cathednil licnts tbc "That was the Ills ihcolorry Is certainly not inodorn, Imt hls: sincerity shlnc-d Ihroiifjli it or, as uoinc may think. In spile of It. ilc IH certainly n moral nnrt religious force, and, Dr. i-'aimcx-. I'rtsldcut of llruwn recently 'wikl. ho cannot Irrnort-cl, Inas- innch living has attracted aucli crowds of r-poplo to linar him. In. all of-the cKLes wliurr he ba.s labored .-Ms-work rv'malas, ns have learned iliroiiKh priv.iU: correspond- onrn and i-crsoral euiifeionco wiili leaders o( Christian woik. My own iinprcsjion Is that here Is a man imdowcU with mosl ivho hns coiiflccmlcil ihcm to the service of men for Christ's sako. The effect nf his preaching as n wholi> Is elevating and upon tlKisu cliiEsca In. the coninujnily h-nst likely lo lie lnnucm.ril by ordinary prc-achlni; or lench- down or madi% them less vivid thny inlphl still u gwd pin but ihoy coulJ j fiwd opinion hr is Mrlvhiir. nhi-U it la found. Ihdt most of Thn personal iieculiarillcs which amount M-caknesfics arc themselves so utilized under the skill of a master lha( oven they- become helps mlhrr than hindrances. Ills messages rinc with sincerity and hla winsomcncss Ja coni- pcliim; upon ncai'ly all who ntteml His RroQt power to linprras rcliwious tniili upon the lici'.rl and in stir Hit emotions of his hoarors Is marvelous, and his to toll ami slmln himself to llio point of tcf.ivc danc-r thiT Gml may srH.-ak throucli him :is nlarij ns pits- FiMe is nn to any of TIIH TV- ceiitlon of nencrous gifts froiil urio appreciate his work. Hilly Sunday u not a Idol, b'ut perhaps lie 13 sliowInK ns In these days vrhat a man may do who 13 wlllinc lo be accounted a fool for Chriat'u limit. Mr.TIal- 'onr was surf: ll was not. "Well, look al your "Er--wel1, 1 "navcu't an indicator." said Mr. nnlfiMirawrctly; with emphasis, "I've fiot a recorder." Tbc policeman was laltcn ahack. Indlc.itorK lift knew nil nbout, hut IIP. had never hoard of a thinp a.s a recorder In connrcllon with motor- 'lie was nn ojliite Hobby; ur at all events he fancied he ww, and fear- In JS to show bis Ipnornncc 1C a pro- secution Ebould follow, hr withdrew hip haml, and Mr. llalfonr and the Recorder, all smllts, tontinucd drive. DR. ADDISON'S RISE ni-: rise of Dr. C'lirisloribcr Addl- SOB, Hrlllsh Minister of Mun- i I Ions, may be, nlmwl deFcrlhccl cis nctcorlc. A doctor hy profession, his at St. Harlholfiincw's Hospil.il and al Iho University of Cambrirtpc anil London, and in connrcllon with oilier Institutions, has rendered liltn i authority in medical re-search. Atldison entered the House of Commons rather over sU ycnrs JIRO 5 for The .Min'Mrr of Is cml- Ht-il with a pretty wll, and In Iho r.td ilnys of political meetings [hr hid HIP manner of an- if not his hrrk- liolfcrs ivill apprrolilc the. fol- "Aro you la of lh." rrrcal.of thr 1-iws qiKrlnl -T 1 ,n KOlf-.-r." Ihc reply of Pr. A-Mison. A.vn POLITICS, PnAISIXG your rival may be good CUrtsllanlty, 1ml U'a poor Poli- tics. ___________ A11QUT FMRT3. cnangc tliclr every day. wltli the esccpllon P! the oftnlon they of themselves ;